"Have you noticed the way genders are mixing and vanishing? It's difficult to know who are male and female sometimes."

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henry quirk wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:21 am See what I mean? I wasn't talkin' about 'you' but about veg's hypothetical person who thinks he's a dog.

As for your 'resume': I don't care.
And what if I am that person? Suddenly my resume is relevant in your decision-making/shooting, I would imagine?

Would sure be funny as fuck to get shot by a dude in a dog suit.
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'Suddenly my resume is relevant"

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Not really cuz you might be lyin'.

Irrelevant anyway to the thread.
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henry quirk wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:27 am Not really cuz you might be lyin'.
But if I am not... are you willing to take the chance?
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Startin' another thread so you can boast.
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It isn't boasting. It's testing to see if you are capable of rational risk management.

You are willing to get in a gun fight over some dude's weekend barking tendencies.
Doesn't sound very intelligent. Your self-preservation instinct seems broken...

Which is more evidence for your potential mental illness. I think you are far more dangerous to society than a guy who thinks he is a dog...
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take it to the other thread (in the lounge), badass
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There is nothing to take to the other thread. I am merely demonstrating exactly what you are advocating for.

I am using the FACT that most normal people behave in a way to avoid conflict, as evidence that your confrontational behavior is abnormal.

Therefore... evidence for mental illness.
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henry quirk wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:21 am "If you mistook me for a crazy and tried to pull a gun on me you would soon figure out that I am an IPSC national champion, 15 years police veteran and have been in more gunfights than you"


As for your 'resume': I don't care.
And apparently hires for Google....
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vegetariantaxidermy wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:41 am And apparently hires for Google....
Yeah. Lets try poke holes in the story now because it doesn't compute for you :wink:

You can read all my 600-odd posts. You can see that I have a background in computer science, physics and mathematics (some of which I acquired by working at places like Google). So I guess my police badge ought to settle the matter for you?

I even put your name on it - so you don't claim it is photoshopped or something. Now - can we get back on-topic of why you feel the need to categorize harmless behaviors as mental illnesses ?
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"can we get back on-topic of why you feel the need to categorize harmless behaviors as mental illnesses ?"

That's not the topic.

The topic is behaviors and (self-)perceptions at odds with reality, not the harmlessness of those behaviors or perceptions.
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henry quirk wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 4:09 am The topic is behaviors and (self-)perceptions at odds with reality, not the harmlessness of those behaviors or perceptions.
You mean behaviors and self-perceptions at odds with two chromosomes. That sounds an awful lot like an OUGHT claim ;)

I perceive my mind as a computer. Does that mean I am crazy?
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TimeSeeker wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:52 am
vegetariantaxidermy wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:41 am And apparently hires for Google....
Yeah. Lets try poke holes in the story now because it doesn't compute for you :wink:

You can read all my 600-odd posts. You can see that I have a background in computer science, physics and mathematics (some of which I acquired by working at places like Google). So I guess my police badge ought to settle the matter for you?

I even put your name on it - so you don't claim it is photoshopped or something. Now - can we get back on-topic of why you feel the need to categorize harmless behaviors as mental illnesses ?

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Could be a toy gun and the card could be anything. And I don't 'feel the need' to do any such thinkg. What I 'feel' isn't going to alter the facts.
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vegetariantaxidermy wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 4:15 am Could be a toy gun and the card could be anything. And I don't 'feel the need' to do any such thinkg. What I 'feel' isn't going to alter the facts.
It could be. But your rational decision making is still failing you.

If it is a real gun. And I am a real cop. And I can indeed do what I say I can do then picking a fight with me could be a really costly mistake TO YOU.

And yet you willing to take the risk? Most people care about self-preservation.
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As a free will I can make 'ought to' statements like...

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...you ought to stay on-topic or Amod might delete this thread.


"You mean behaviors and self-perceptions at odds with two chromosomes."

Nope, that's not what I mean.


As for your brain: if you literally believe your brain is a computer then, yeah, you're a nutjob.
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henry quirk wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 4:20 am As for your brain: if you literally believe your brain is a computer then, yeah, you're a nutjob.
OK. Then by your criteria I am a nutjob. Not just my brain. The universe is a computer.
But if statistics is over your head, I am not sure quantum physics is going to be any easier.

Now that I have earned my 'nutjob' badge what happens next? Do I get any discounts anywhere? What are the perks?
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